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New York Times bestselling author Beth Macy talks about her latest book on the country's opioid crisis, Raising Lazarus, and how some innovative practices for combatting the crisis...

Hard to Define

Latino and Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off this week, and three Gaston County employees born in South American countries join the Savvy Citizen podcast to talk about the controve...

A Step Back in Time

The Hoyle Historic Homestead hosts its annual open house on September 10, and historian Robert Carpenter stops by the show to talk about the special place this property has in Gast...

Staff from the Schiele Museum join Savvy Citizen to talk about the new images from the James Webb telescope and what they mean for understanding the universe, as well as how you ca...

Linda Minges and Nautica Mason talk about a program that helps local residents afford healthy foods while costs rise at the grocery store.

Two Gaston County Senior Games athletes talk about how the Games keep their competitive juices flowing and have helped them form new bonds with others in the county.

The Cream of the Crop

Field Correspondent Elizabeth McGee takes us inside the Gastonia Farmer's Market, finding out what makes this indoor market so popular. 

The Next Generation

We talk to Leigh Yount with the Gaston County Public Health Department and Lauren Vanacore with the Gaston Community Foundation about some leadership roles for local teens, and how...

Return of the Original

Savvy Citizen's very first guest, Assistant Budget Director Taylor Drury, returns to the show to talk about the FY23 budget process and some of the highlights for County residents ...

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